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Re: [NYCOLUMB] Columbia Co. query
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Re: [NYCOLUMB] Columbia Co. query
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Re: [NYCOLUMB] Columbia Co. query
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Re: [NYCOLUMB] Palatine Events in Fishkill
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Re: [NYCOLUMB] Palatine Events in Germantown
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Re: [NYCOLUMB] Palatine Events in Germantown
by James Harder
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Palatine Events in Germantown
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Need info on the family named in the 3 Apr 1803 will of John HUMPHREY
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Re: [NYCOLUMB] SCHERMERHORN and SCHERP
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Free Genealogy Meeting
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Samuel Bailey b. 19 Mar. 1940
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Re: [NYCOLUMB] SCHERMERHORN and SCHERP
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Re: [NYCOLUMB] SCHERMERHORN and SCHERP
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Re: [NYCOLUMB] Louis Paul JONAS
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Re: [NYCOLUMB] Louis Paul JONAS
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Re: [NYCOLUMB] RINELLO obituary
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Re: [NYCOLUMB] [NYALBANY] Plurals of surnames
by Cliff Lamere
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Plurals of decades and centuries, etc.
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Plurals of surnames
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